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Coalition targets suicide with sign
A suicide prevention sign will be erected at the entrance to the pedestrian walkway over the Gold Star Memorial Bridge over the Thames River, thanks to a Connecticut College initiative.
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Mother, son struggle after losing home to fire
Toni Photie of Waterford on Sunday visits the home that she shared with her son, Den Willet.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Police logs - April 19
Richard Delossantos, 50, of 15 Memory Lane, Waterford, was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and improper signal.
Waterford hopes to keep independent water system
Town officials are trying to convince the state Department of Public Health not to consolidate the town's water system under that of New London.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Good Friday walk stresses unity
As the bells of the city's many churches tolled at noon on Good Friday, about 60 people gathered at St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church to observe the 12 stations of the cross by walking with a crucifix to 12 churches and other places of note in New London.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
East Lyme negotiating Boardwalk repairs with Amtrak
Work to rebuild the Niantic Bay Boardwalk is being held up as Amtrak and the town negotiate a $400,000 project that First Selectman Paul Formica said Thursday he hopes will be paid for partially by the railroad company.
House vote takes aim at e-book prices
The House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill on Wednesday that aims to lower the price of electronic books for public libraries over time by having the State Library Board set up a statewide platform for e-books.
Waterford underbilled Crystal Mall for sewers
The Utility Commission neglected to charge meters at four properties, including Crystal Mall, for sewer service as far back as 2009, resulting in $128,000 in back charges.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Waterford Teacher Makes 'Connecticut Dream Team'
Waterford teacher Kevin Stevenson is joining the "Connecticut Dream Team" - a group of 97 teachers charged with mastering an educational approach that aligns with Common Core.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Bill that would allow New London, Waterford, East Lyme to share dispatch passes committee
The legislature's Planning and Development Committee passed a bill Tuesday that would give municipalities the power to create a regional dispatch authority for police, fire and emergency services.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
DEEP recognizes Waterford and Groton's conservation efforts
With the approach of Arbor Day April 25, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection on Monday announced 15 urban forestry grants to encourage tree planting and tree management best practices in communities across the state and awarded Tree City USA designations to 19 communities and the University of Connecticut in Storrs for their ... (more)
Police logs - April 14
William Bueno-Hiraldo, 30, of 280 Hempstead St. was charged Saturday with criminal mischief, violation of a protective order, disorderly conduct and second-degree failure to appear in court.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Have Malloy policies destroyed historic Seaside?
Historic preservationists sometimes use the term "demolition by neglect" to refer to the process by which significant properties are allowed, through lack of maintenance, to decline to a state in which they can no longer can be rehabilitated.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
My face is mud
Members of the "These 4 Mucked It Up" team, from left, Aimee Sadler, Trish Seeley and Melissa Buttermore, laugh as they try to escape the mud pond at the finish line during in the 2nd annual Gettin' Muddy for Kids 5K mud run for the Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern Connecticut at Fields of Fire Paintball in Groton Saturday.
Take me out to the ballgame in Waterford
Waterford High School fans tailgate beyond the right-field fence as they watch Waterford take on East Lyme in varsity softball action Friday at Veterans Field in Waterford.
Charter Oak shows off one big 'billboard'
Charter Oak Federal Credit Union's new $18 million headquarters building at Route 85 and Industrial Drive is nearing completion, and a grand opening has been scheduled June 16 - a few months later than initially planned, but "it's going to be here 50 years, so what's six months?" the company's top official said Friday.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Database shows Medicare payments to local doctors
New London psychiatrist Dr. Bassam Awwa, Norwich oncologist Dr. Dennis Slater and Waterford oncologist Dr. Stephen Lattanzi are among more than 4,000 physicians nationwide who received more than $1 million in payments from Medicare in 2012, data released this week by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services shows.
Stonington crowd seeks restoration of funding trimmed from education budget
In the largest turnout for a municipal meeting here in at least 25 years, a raucous but respectful crowd of more than 400 residents and students packed the high school auditorium Thursday night and called on the Board of Finance to restore the $525,000 it has cut from the 2014-15 education budget as well as $1 million in safety related school ... (more)
Thu Apr 10, 2014
'Safe Baby Event' planned in Waterford
The New London County Multidisciplinary Team is hosting a "Safe Baby Event" at Target in Waterford from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday.
NYPL for the Performing Arts to Host Exhibition Celebrating the...
Founded in 1964 at the dawn of the regional theater movement, the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, CT supports the development of new artists and works for theater.